just bout a new lithium yesterday and am very pleased with only around 30 arrows thru it. Huge upgrade from my 11' saber with the accutrak. Super smooth draw, quiet with no add-ons. should get good speed at 70 lbs abd 30.5 draw 400 gr arrows. Only issue is limbs appear to be uneven. The limbs on the cable side of the cam are more stressed (top more so than bottom). I am assuming this is due to cable tension on that side of the bow. Does not appear to have any cam lean at full draw, but looking at the hole in the draw module where the cable crosses, one cam my be slightly advanced (may 1/4 to 1/8 the hole visible on one end and hole covered by cable on other end.) Is this a good way to check cam timing? Im gonna try to atleast get 100 or so shots thru it and break it in before I do any major tuning. Hoping its not a cam timing issue this is my first dual cam bow. Only other one I have held in my hand maxed out at 60 lbs and its limbs looked even with one another. Just wondering if anyone else has noticed this on other lithiums or other split limb bows?